Location

Hamburg

Hogan Lovells in Hamburg offers clients a full range of legal services. We advise DAX, M-Dax, Tec-Dax, FTSE 100, and Fortune 500 companies. We also work with small- to medium-sized companies in the Hamburg region.

Hamburg

Hogan Lovells International LLP
Alstertor 21
20095 Hamburg
Germany

Phone +49 40 419 93 0

Fax +49 40 419 93 200


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Hogan Lovells in Hamburg offers clients a full range of legal services. We advise DAX, M-Dax, Tec-Dax, FTSE 100, and Fortune 500 companies. We also work with small- to medium-sized companies in the Hamburg region.

We advise clients like you on intellectual property issues, media law, and corporate/M&A, as well as property, antitrust, public procurement, energy, and employment law.

We solve your toughest legal problems by bringing the right people together, working as part of your team. When advising on trademark matters, we work closely with our office in Alicante, the seat of the European trademarks and designs office. With more than 45 offices worldwide, we work where you work.

Our lawyers have comprehensive industry knowledge in the fields of energy, consumer and luxury goods, health care, life sciences, telecommunications, IT, retail, and media and technology.

Hogan Lovells at MIPIM 2019

Our global Real Estate industry sector team from 14 offices will be attending MIPIM 2019 in Cannes from 12- 15 March. 

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Brochures

Banking & Finance in Germany

Every company needs capital. Various forms and sources of finance are available to meet this need – and can often be combined with each other.

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Public takeovers in Germany (Edition 2019)

This newsletter provides a high level overview of public takeovers carried out in Germany during the year of 2018 under the German Takeover Act (WpÜG) and of recent developments under...

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Hogan Lovells Publications

Global Bribery and Corruption Outlook 2019

The increased reach of anti-bribery and corruption laws and regulations can be seen around the world. Rising fines and sanctions are creating greater liabilities and more complex regimes.

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Newsletters and Alerts

German Government takes a closer look at international investments into Germany's "critical infrastructure"

Read our newsletter here: Infrastructure, Energy, Resources & Projects Legal Matters Newsletter February 2019

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